DIY Wrap Bracelet

You should all know by now that we are all about stacking bracelets on our wrists. The more, the better. In fact . . . the most, the best! With that being said, we’ll show you how to master a version of the ever so popular wrap bracelet. It’s so simple and addicting, you’ll soon be churning out these wristlets with your eyes closed. Clearly this arm party train isn’t stopping and it’s about time you get on board!

You’ll need (for a double wrapped bracelet) :

* Lengths will vary depending on the size of your wrist (see comments for suggestions).

Fold the length of leather cording in half to form a loop. The loop should fit around the hex nut, which serves as the clasp. Run the tip of the waxed linen upwards along the leather cord and towards the loop. Then wrap around the base of the loop at least 5-6 times, working downwards in the opposite direction. This secures the waxed linen cord and is the start of the bracelet.

Place the ball chain along the leather cording with the end of the chain meeting the end of the wrap. Holding the ball chain against the leather cord, wrap the linen around tightly.

Continue wrapping while checking it for fit around the wrist.

When you have reached the end of the ball chain wrap the linen cording around the leather strands 2-3 more times. Tie a knot with all three strands.

Thread the hex nut through the strands and tie a second knot.

Trim with scissors and your wrap bracelet is finished!!

The materials are listed for a double wrap bracelet. For a single or triple wrapped bracelet, divide the measurements by 2 and multiply by accordingly. Experiment with crystal or other types of chain!

It’s a party!

(tutorial adapted from Ornamentea; top image via Jak & Jil, rest of image by Honestly…WTF)

890 Comments

  1. Blondie wrote:

    ACK! LOVE! Thank you for sharing such good ideas. (Also, I had a blast watching the teepee tweets the other day.)

    7.12.11
  2. s wrote:

    wooow love ;D

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    7.12.11
  3. Very nice idea! I love vivid colours! ♥

    7.12.11
  4. I just love your DIY posts, always so inspiring!

    xoxo
    http://fashionagony.blogspot.com/

    7.12.11
  5. Aleksandra wrote:

    wooow, looks great! I’ll try it 🙂

    7.12.11
  6. you never fail to impress me!

    http://www.simplyrosepetal.blogspot.com

    7.12.11
  7. Seriously awesome. Completely inspired by the Man Repeller’s various arm parties. Can’t wait to share these DIY with friends. =)

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  8. i like this tutorial/

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  9. Nomadic D wrote:

    You guys have done it again! I won’t have time to get to this for a few more weeks, but I’m bumping it up to the top of my to-diy list! You guys are always the best for these simple but wonderful diy tutorials. Already made a friendship bracelet thanks to your memory-jogging tutorial from a few weeks back, check it out here:

    http://nomadic-d.blogspot.com/2011/07/friendship-bracelets.html

    7.12.11
  10. anita wrote:

    amazing! so trying this!

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  11. Jessie wrote:

    love it. always looking for the newest and best friendship bracelet. how fun!
    xx, http://wordbyjessie.com/

    7.12.11
  12. Ting wrote:

    This is so cute! I have some leather cord lying around so i might give this a shot.

    http://www.acidzip.com/

    7.12.11
  13. Miss Oh' wrote:

    This is amazing 🙂
    They look like they’re really expensive!
    Thx for this DIY!

    x
    Oh’

    blogbymissoh.blogspot.com

    7.12.11
  14. blondehaus wrote:

    These look absolutely adorable! You’d never guess they were handmade – they look designer!

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  15. Sofia wrote:

    So gorgeous. Must. try. this.

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  16. What a great DIY. These bracelets are awesome.

    Fashionable Collections

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  17. Nina wrote:

    I’m so in love with these DIY. LUF LUF LUF IT! :)(L)

    7.12.11
  18. Shona wrote:

    You are a rock star! I love these bracelets! My daughter’s and I have a mission to make all your DIY bracelets this summer! Thanks so much for sharing!

    7.12.11
  19. Leslie wrote:

    Love them. Thanks for the tutorial.

    7.12.11
  20. Love these bracelets. Can’t wait to try and make one!

    http://thedailytiara.com

    7.12.11
  21. These are AWESOME!!! ordering up supplies to make these NOW!

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  22. adepeju wrote:

    Cool concept. Thanks for sharing this.

    7.12.11
  23. Shapewear wrote:

    This would be a very fun diy with my kids on the weekend.

    7.12.11
  24. Lily wrote:

    Love it!! I’ve literally been trying to make this bracelet forever using other techniques. This looks like the easiest by far. So nice not to deal with tiny beads and thread. 🙂 thank you!

    7.12.11
  25. Gonna make 10 this weekend, fo sho!

    7.12.11
  26. Leslie wrote:

    These are super cute!

    7.12.11
  27. Slađi wrote:

    OMG what an incredible DIY! Amazing bracelets!

    7.12.11
  28. Doralisse wrote:

    Great !! Me gustó mucho tu pulsera, gracias por compartir los pasos para hacerla :-). Saludos,

    7.12.11
  29. Alice wrote:

    This, I love.

    Thank you.

    Just a Silhouette

    7.12.11
  30. 1129design wrote:

    thank you!!! I’ve just made a purple version for my niece 🙂 here: http://1129designorecchinigioielli.blogspot.com/2011/07/visto-fatto-regalato.html
    best
    nicoletta

    7.12.11
  31. I am Brazilian and love for their DIY posts!
    I love the blog ..

    kiss
    Mila Campos

    7.12.11
  32. Thank you so much for sharing. This is awesome.

    7.12.11
  33. lauren wrote:

    you guys amaze me!

    love it!
    perfect for a summer diy project
    L
    http://www.thesphinxandthemilkyway.com

    7.12.11
  34. These are super cute!
    Another one of your tutorials added to my Must Make Blog list!
    Thanx a million x

    Rebecca
    Forget-me-not-crafts

    7.12.11
  35. winnie wrote:

    amazing. i LOVE all your DIYS. I’m definitely going to be making this one. Thanks!

    -Winnie
    http://winniereally.blogspot.com

    7.12.11
  36. Joanne P wrote:

    omg, you are a geniussssssssssss. i’m so making on today.

    7.12.11
  37. Hope wrote:

    I LOVE THIS!! just buying all the stuff for it now but i cant find a good english site that sells the brass hex nuts! >:( do any of you guys know a good place to buy this or any other things i could use that would look as cool? thanks xxxx you can see the pictures of my finished product on my twitter http://twitter.com/#!/hopefezz xxx

    7.12.11
  38. Angie wrote:

    I was in the mood for a good DIY today, so thank you! I am so excited to get started!

    7.12.11
  39. Anna wrote:

    Frrrrrrrrrickin’ AWESOME.

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  40. violet wrote:

    great idea!

    XX
    Vi from Cali

    7.12.11
  41. Tiff wrote:

    Amazing! I’ve been waiting for this DIY! =P

    7.12.11
  42. Em wrote:
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  43. Joy wrote:

    This is seriously brilliant. Definitely going to give it a go this weekend–how do you come up with awesome new ideas so consistently?!

    7.12.11
  44. Katie wrote:

    These are great! I always see them in stores but find them too expensive, so this is a lovely idea.

    7.12.11
  45. Maria wrote:

    anyone know who sells the gold ball chain bracelet she’s wearing?

    7.12.11
  46. Ambyr wrote:

    Oooh genius and so simple! Thanks for the ideas 🙂

    xoxo
    http://www.thewrittenrunway.com

    7.12.11
  47. libby wrote:

    love this! been dying for a wrap bracelet just like this, now i can make my own!

    http://www.style-extraordinaire.com/

    7.12.11
  48. Katherine wrote:

    Amazing! Love it. Thanks for sharing!

    7.12.11
  49. Paulina wrote:

    You girls are purely D.I.Y Queens!
    I’m an avid follower of your creation & there isn’t one day I miss out.
    Much Love

    7.12.11
  50. tessa wrote:

    that is so nifty! i love it; will have to get me some thread and beads and try!

    couturelust.com

    7.12.11
  51. Deana wrote:

    God, I love your blog.

    7.12.11
  52. Tracy wrote:

    This is really cool..great tutorial..simple.
    Check out http://thedoctorscloset.com/ for her stacked friendship bracelets.
    Cute.

    7.12.11
  53. Mara wrote:

    Seriously?! This is awesome. You had me at the friendship bracelet how-to (totally made some — made my inner 10-year-old ecstatic). But SERIOUSLY! This is freakin’ awesome. Just think of what else, other than those little balls, you could use to make this with, erm, like BIG brass ball chains? Hello, Genius!

    7.12.11
  54. {gemmifer} wrote:

    I’ve known about making this sort of bracelet using individual beads but never thought of using chain… SO. MUCH. EASIER! Can’t wait to try it–thanks for another fabulous DIY!

    7.12.11
  55. kandee wrote:

    amazin!! i luv it!!

    7.12.11
  56. Joy wrote:

    This is beautiful and amazing! A definite DIY project for me.

    7.12.11
  57. Aisha wrote:

    I love this DIY. Great Post!!!

    7.12.11
  58. Kel wrote:

    Ingenious!

    Makes me feel so uncreative watching you do that!

    Totally inspired.

    Kisses from Sydney,

    Kel

    http://www.amuseabout.com

    7.12.11
  59. Kel wrote:

    Loves it!

    x Kel

    http://www.amuseabout.com

    7.12.11
  60. Wow that’s a great idea. Forever have I been using ball chain to make jewelry but never have i seen or thought of it this way. Fun!

    theBohmerian.com

    7.12.11
  61. Silvana wrote:

    OMFG your creativy is beyond RAD, I mean, seriously WTF. I gotta be honest, I totally did this DIY project avec mes amis, and we had so much fun, I mean it was so cool, we totally bonded, I was wondering, if you have an email where I can send you a picture of the multiple things we did, you are soooo inspiring. Actually as im typing this im wearing my very own shredded T, ROFL

    Much love,
    Cant wait for your next DIY, Im dying to have a new candy on my wrist, Party arm FTW!!!!

    7.12.11
  62. Antinéa wrote:

    I love your blog!Thank you

    7.12.11
  63. Kelly H. wrote:

    I love these!! I’m going to be trying them soon! Where is the best place to buy that waxed linen cord?

    7.12.11
  64. Rio wrote:

    OMG I love this DIY! Definitely trying it tomorrow! 🙂 Thanks!

    7.12.11
  65. LatinPosh wrote:

    I really really love this DIY tip 🙂 I’m going to Michaels to buy supplies and make my own now Thanks a lot.

    7.12.11
  66. Carol L wrote:

    I so love this. Off to Michaels for me.

    7.12.11
  67. Kristin wrote:

    Love these! I have some coupons for JoAnn Fabrics, and now I know what I’ll be buying! So easy! 🙂

    7.12.11
  68. omg this seems so easy and I loveee the look! must try this!

    http://www.dragonnfruit.com

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  69. Grace wrote:

    This is great, thanks for the tutorial!

    xx Grace
    Dream-Boating

    7.12.11
  70. rebekkah wrote:

    love! will give it a try! thanks! xx

    http://lifeishappymostofthetime.blogspot.com/

    7.12.11
  71. I love it!!!

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  72. AWESOME! This might be my weekend DIY project! Thanks!

    http://hellofridaybypaik.blogspot.com/

    7.13.11
  73. tiffany wrote:

    this is such a great idea! i am definitely making some of these!

    7.13.11
  74. Hannah faith wrote:

    amazing as always!

    7.13.11
  75. Sophi wrote:

    These are really fantastic.

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  76. Sophi wrote:

    There are really fantastic.
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  77. michelle wrote:
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  78. super easy to make, it’s so frustrating i can’t find size 1.5 mm only 1.00 mm leather or 2.00 mm. i’ll probably use the cup chain on the 1.00 mm leather cord

    7.13.11
  79. Arthenice wrote:

    C’est vraiment très joli et si simple à réaliser!
    Arthenice

    7.13.11
  80. Sooz wrote:

    AMAZING DIY! I have to try this..NOW!!!

    http://www.solifestyle.com

    7.13.11
  81. Mírian Fernandes wrote:

    Hi! I am Brazilian and I love your site! I loved the bracelet! Congratulations!!

    7.13.11
  82. Sheena wrote:

    I love this and will definitely be giving it a try. Your DIYs are great.

    7.13.11
  83. Nimue wrote:

    Gorgeous! and it looks quite easy even to me 😉

    7.13.11
  84. Erica wrote:

    thanks for all your kind words everyone! just a reminder that all the materials needed to make the bracelet are linked under the supply list in the post!! xx

    7.13.11
  85. jen wrote:

    this is why i love your blog… i was looking for tutorials on how to make bracelets like these, and here it is! you gals are so best.. !!!!!!

    7.13.11
  86. Wow, these look sooo good!..definitely going to try these since I’m a bracelet fiend…

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  87. I HAVE TO try this. Thanks for sharing.

    acupofsparkle@blogspot.com

    7.13.11
  88. i WANT THAT GLOBE CHARD BRACELET?!?!! TELL ME AB THAT!! AHHH!!

    moonstruck exposé

    x. juliana

    7.13.11
  89. haha, type- charm bracelet- not chard.

    moonstruck exposé

    x. juliana

    7.13.11
  90. Jenn wrote:

    You guys are killing me! Love all the bracelet tutorials.

    7.13.11
  91. DoeLoe wrote:

    thats crazy

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  92. robin wrote:

    Genius!!!! 🙂

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  93. Zori wrote:

    It looks so easy and chic! Lovely tutorial!

    http://www.gossipstyleblog.com

    7.13.11
  94. Danz wrote:

    ♥♥♥ this!!!! & Nice shots!!! Thanx soo much 🙂

    7.13.11
  95. cristina wrote:

    Thanks for sharing ! can’t wait to try this

    7.13.11
  96. adorei!
    é fato que vou fazer!
    muito linda mesmo!

    http://achadosdathais.blogspot.com
    @achadosdathais

    7.13.11
  97. gab wrote:

    Wow! I have been admiring these bracelets in the stores for a while now, but have never bought them because I thought that I should try to make them myself. But before I saw this DIY, I never thought it would be so easy! Thanks!

    7.13.11
  98. stef wrote:

    i loveee these bracelets , i want onnee (:

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  99. you inspire me! thank you so much for this!

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  100. Great tutorial! I’ll have to put this one on my list of crafts to make!

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  101. Adri wrote:

    I really want to try this out..they are all gorgeous!

    7.13.11
  102. Kayla Molina wrote:

    Hey! So I did this and it looks great, but I need some advice. I am using diamond chain and I can’t keep it in a straight line. It wants to twirl around the bracelet so it doesn’t have very clean lines. Any advice?

    7.13.11
  103. Catalina wrote:

    Just made one 🙂 Thanks for the awesome tutorials!

    7.13.11
  104. Tutorial yang oke. Boleh contek ya..

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  105. Dejhana wrote:

    This tutorial is great! Me and my friend just made a ton of these, except instead of using the leather chord, we used hemp that we had left over from another project. We love them.

    7.13.11
  106. Dejhana wrote:

    This tutorial is great! Me and my friend just made a ton of these, except instead of using the leather chord, we used hemp that we had left over from another project. We love them.

    http://tinypic.com/r/2hhgkl5/7

    7.13.11
  107. Thanks for sharing! I’ll try this one out!

    7.14.11
  108. light wrote:

    i did it, it looks lovely 🙂

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  109. Orin wrote:

    loooveee. today I do the same

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  110. stephanie wrote:

    i like it

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  111. Erika wrote:
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  112. Lauren S wrote:

    I love wrap bracelets! I recently made one using a different method of adding on the beads individually. It took forever to finish, but I’m really happy with the way it came out. http://www.champagneandmarshmallows.com/2011/07/vintage-skirt-and-necklace-top-by.html

    I really like this way of using a strand of beads and just wrapping it around the cord. It must of taken much less time! I’ll have to try it!

    7.14.11
  113. Swan wrote:

    Wow this is great! I must try this sometime this summer. Thanks for the tutorial 🙂

    7.14.11
  114. Janie wrote:

    Where can I buy waxed linen cord & leather cord in a store, not online??? any general types of stores or specific would be great!! thanks 🙂

    7.14.11
  115. Ingrid wrote:

    Waxed linen cord can be purchased at Hobby Lobby!

    7.14.11
  116. I love this idea! So cool.

    http://www.evolvmag.com

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  117. corset wrote:

    Very cute!I like it!

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  118. faby wrote:

    meh

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  119. Florencia wrote:

    I loveeeee it!!! I will try to do it… xoxo
    http://giamportones.blogspot.com/

    7.15.11
  120. Florencia wrote:

    I loveee it!!! Im going to try make it…xoxo
    http://giamportones.blogspot.com/

    7.15.11
  121. Crap, I just purchased a Chan Luu wrap bracelet online, could have made my own with your guide. I’ll still try it, this is marvellous!

    7.15.11
  122. SandyT wrote:

    Gorgeous arm candy! Thank you so much….I adore the Links of London friendship bracelets and have been searching for age for a more purse friendly diy project.

    7.15.11
  123. Kelly wrote:

    These are cute, i might have to try and make these.
    Also i make similar bracelets (slightly bigger) at http://ohsocharming.bigcartel.com

    7.15.11
  124. kostas wrote:

    Very cute,like the Idea Thanks !

    7.15.11
  125. Valerie wrote:

    I made like 6 of these tonight! Some came out too long some too short. You have to make them too long then wrap them around your wrist before tying off with the nut to make sure they fit right. ALSO, if you make loose double bracelet it can double as a pretty single choker! ENJOY!

    7.15.11
  126. I.Ken Seymour wrote:

    What a bunch of loosers! I lost count half way down the list! Go out into the real world and do something useful.

    7.16.11
  127. Jessica wrote:

    OMG!! Brilliant!!

    7.16.11
  128. You girls rock!! LOVE THIS!! You are my diy idols with a little g 🙂

    7.16.11
  129. Natalie wrote:

    this is amazing! just made one, and it came out perfect! the only thing I did do differently is instead of the brass ball chain I substituted it with pearls and it worked out really good! looks like i bought it:)

    7.16.11
  130. Loxicen wrote:

    Just made one of these! I love it! Definitely more coming in the future 😀

    7.16.11
  131. kiya wrote:

    there really cool nd stuff

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  132. rona07 wrote:

    this is nice, will try to make one for my friends

    7.17.11
  133. heavenlydonna wrote:

    These are pretty and simple to make …. keep sending the simple stuff.

    7.17.11
  134. LOve this DIY I actually may be able to do these they look so easy to make!

    7.17.11
  135. Meg wrote:

    I agree… WTF….lol. Seriously, I love it!

    7.17.11
  136. Linda wrote:

    I want to surprise my daughter with a few of these! Thanks!

    7.17.11
  137. very beauty

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  138. I just would like to give a huge thumbs up for the great info you have here on this post. I will be coming back to your blog for more soon.

    7.18.11
  139. These look really wounderful. Thanks for sharing this with us. I will definitely try this at home.

    For anyone interested in Crafted papers, please visit at http://www.halcyonsteppe.com.au.

    7.18.11
  140. kenia wrote:

    If you make such a Beauty could we join some forces and make a Collection in Pink for Breast Cancer Pink Day??

    7.18.11
  141. Ruby wrote:

    Love it…and soooo easy!!

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  142. clancey wrote:

    i just made some with pearls strung on wire so far apart that i could double-wrap a thinner leather cord between them. it’s a really rad combination of rugged and refined! awesome tutorial, i want to make, like, eighteen of them!

    7.18.11
  143. Ema wrote:

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these!!!! The possibilities are endless. I just whipped up my first one in no time. Improvising by using the materials I had on hand. I used suede cording, swarovski pearls, copper wire and my own lampwork bead as part of the clasp. SWEET!
    I totally agree with Clancey…the combination of pearls and leather hits the mark for rugged yet refined.
    I can’t thank you enough for this. I have been searching for a way to combine my beads with leather and this has got my brain in over drive right now. I’m off to make more. WooHoo!!!

    7.18.11
  144. Kasia wrote:

    Absolutely love these! However, I just made one, and it twisted all up on me, even though I kept the ball chain straight on the leather. How do I get the leather cording to lie straight – any suggestions? For others that asked, I used waxed cotton cord (not linen) and leather cord from Michaels Crafts, and I got the ball chain (3mm) at Ace Hardware.

    7.18.11
  145. lauren wrote:

    awesome tutorial! i just finished making mine. but since i couldnt go out and buy the materials and looked through my jewelry drawer and found: old embroidery thread for friendship bracelets, a rhinestone bracelet so old that it stretched out (making it easier to get the thread around), and an old faded rope bracelet. Voila, i recycled old materials to create something adorable. thanks for the tutorial! :]

    7.18.11
  146. Bluey wrote:

    awesome!!

    7.18.11
  147. chris wrote:

    Very inspiring, thank you. Would love some Sobergoose pieces in the future. There is not enough men’s jewellery out there! Well not that I know of anyway!?

    7.19.11
  148. Lola wrote:

    you are sooo talented and creative! Love your blog and You are such an inspiration to my art work. Thanks!

    7.19.11
  149. B wrote:

    I love these! But I tried making one and had the same twisting issue that Kaia had. How do you get these to lay straight? It is in the way you wrap the wax thread? Help!

    7.19.11
    • Erica wrote:

      @B & @Kala, there will naturally be some twisting but not too much. perhaps the leather cord is too thin compared to the waxed linen? also, be sure to line the chain in between the folded leather cords. good luck!

      7.19.11
  150. It is amazing. So simple can make the hand catenary of individual character, thanks for your sharing!

    7.19.11
  151. Noorani wrote:

    So, nice to see inspiring creative tutorial. Found this via Stumble Upon.

    7.19.11
  152. Donna wrote:

    Cool,idea! Looks good too.

    7.19.11
  153. ladybugz1 wrote:

    cute. i’ll probably give it a try…i love making my own ethnic and bohemian accessories as well…
    keep it up! would like to see more of those…^^,

    7.20.11
  154. Ainhoa wrote:

    Que fácil parece después de tu explicación, gracias por el DIY.
    No conocía tu página peró me encanta, ya tienes una nueva seguidora.
    Pásate por mi blog, tengo un sorteo de un vestido monísimo perfecto para comenzar las vacaciones!
    Un beso
    Ainhoa
    http://www.losangelestambienvistendeprada.com

    7.20.11
  155. emzi wrote:

    Looks so good! Awesome!

    7.20.11
  156. bird wrote:

    http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6020/5958943097_65759d0379_m.jpg

    made a couple this week and have gotten a ton of compliments. thanks so much for posting all the DIY stuff!!

    7.20.11
  157. Wicked bracelets, can’t wait to get to start creating, thank you:)

    7.20.11
  158. Becca wrote:

    I love this idea. It’s very nice. However, I have a very small wrist and the measurements for the double wrapped bracelet were too small. I would add extra inches to both the cord and waxed cord so you don’t have to start over like me….

    7.20.11
  159. ffi wrote:

    love it.

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  161. Serah wrote:

    Very awesome bracelets, i was also wondering where your globe charm bracelet is from, i feel like ive seen it before but i cant remember, thanks!

    7.21.11
  162. Marie wrote:

    THIS IS SO AWESOME! Been wanting to have an arm party for the longest time. 🙂

    7.21.11
  163. Courtney wrote:

    LOVE these bracelets. I have larger wrists so I had to change the lengths a little bit. I also used glass beads instead of the brass ball chain. It adds just a little more personality since there are so many different color options. This is such a wonderful idea and everyone I know will soon have one on their wrist =]

    7.21.11
  164. Rache wrote:

    Ornamentea is awesome! Go Raleigh! 🙂

    7.21.11
  165. MzHannah wrote:

    Love Love Love all the friendship inspired necklaces and bracelets. Can’t wait to make my own to take on my upcoming trip.

    7.21.11
  166. Dinx wrote:

    Coooool! I love it! Keep the posts coming!

    7.21.11
  167. Kewl!!! The bracelet looks very pretty and creative as well! I would love to make one this weekend! Thanks for sharing dear.

    7.21.11
  168. Diane wrote:

    Hi,
    Loved this blog! I love bracelets and agree stack them up!
    The more the better!
    I wrote a blog about bangles/bracelets called Arm Candy.
    Check it out if you have time.
    http:lovesgrbaseball-fabulousfashionista.blogspot.com
    Thanks,
    Always,
    Diane

    7.22.11
  169. Kara wrote:

    I cannot wait to get to the store for these supplies and make one! Thank you for the FABULOUS posting!
    Kara

    7.22.11
  170. Susie wrote:

    Oh wow! These look incredible and seem so easy to put together. Great idea.

    7.22.11
  171. Leah wrote:

    heading to the craft store right now…i must have.

    7.22.11
  172. I have to try this. This may be fun for me to try with my girls. always trying to find something to keep them busy. 😉

    7.22.11
  173. Nicole wrote:

    Your DIY section is so lovely – I wish I made more effort to look for all the materials so that I can try them all out! This term break I will…

    Adore your blog, and especially thanks for sharing the beet cake video by tiger in a jar, fell in love with their blog!

    Nicole x
    http://suitedupandbarefoot.blogspot.com

    7.22.11
  174. sanchita wrote:

    very very impressive……. for sure will try this <3

    7.22.11
  175. msaidyl wrote:

    this is amazing. am on it!!

    7.23.11
  176. lisville wrote:

    Great job! Can’t wait to do this myself.

    7.24.11
  177. Terese wrote:

    oh my god thats so cool i am so trying that!

    7.24.11
  178. Sarah wrote:

    Love love love your DIYs! Could you please maybe consider doing Native American Barrettes as a DIY?

    I am in love with these: http://shop-generalstore.com/barrettes.html, but for $36.00 for a pair of two, I feel like there must be a DIY solution!

    Thank you!

    7.24.11
  179. Amanda wrote:

    Thanks so much for this DIY! I tried it and loved how they came out. Today I even made about 10 more. Your DIY projects are awesome and well explained! Check out my blog post about them HERE: http://amandasphotogarden.blogspot.com/2011/07/do-diy-wrap-bracelets.html. Thanks!

    -Amanda
    http://www.amandasphotogarden.blogspot.com

    7.24.11
  180. Jen wrote:

    I’m also having trouble with the leather cord not twisting. It’s a little frustrating because when it is around my wrist the ball chain faces down. Maybe I need to take it apart and play with the leather to wear it out.

    7.24.11
  181. Jenny wrote:

    Awsome!! Must try this <3

    7.25.11
  182. Laura wrote:

    Where do you purchase your ball chain and leather? Do you purchase it in bulk online or in local craft store? Just wondering where the cheapest place is to find it. Thanks!

    7.25.11
    • Erica wrote:

      @Laura, the links in the supply list (beginning of the tutorial) will direct you straight to where to buy the chain and leather!!!

      7.25.11
  183. Olya wrote:

    Amazingly simple and super stylish!

    7.26.11
  184. Anneli wrote:

    I have like 4 bracelets like this already but I cant wait to actually make them myself. I have no idea they were so easy. <3 <3

    7.26.11
  185. melissa wrote:

    i also had a problem with the measurements being too small, i would definitely add a couple inches to the ball chain. the first one i made is too small to wrap twice, way too big to wrap once, too big for an anklet, and too small for a choker… =(

    7.28.11
  186. Krixia wrote:

    Tiiight!

    7.29.11
  187. Bridget wrote:

    So much easier than I thought it would be! Thank you for sharing the how to, I cant wait to make some myself.

    7.29.11
  188. Stephanie wrote:

    I just made one of these and it turned out awesome! I do agree the measurements were a little small and I have very small wrists. I would recommend not cutting until you are done. I used black leather cord (2mm) and silver ball chain with a silver washer (from my husband’s garage) instead of a hex nut. Not as bulky. The only thing I would do different is I had very small ball chain and it would look better with ball chain that is larger diameter. Mine wouldn’t fit around twice so I just made it a single wrap. Can’t wait to make more.

    7.30.11
  189. Girl Reporter wrote:

    So cute! I’m definitely going to be trying to do this.

    http://lifegirlreporter.blogspot.com/

    7.30.11
  190. Ricardo wrote:

    Nice!
    Great job.. abraços 🙂

    7.30.11
  191. Grace wrote:

    thanks for sharing – love it!

    -grace

    http://herumbrella.com

    7.30.11
  192. lily wrote:

    Love it! I ‘m going to make some for my best friends…!thanks for sharing!

    7.31.11
  193. I mentioned this post and linked to it on my blog. Just so ya know. Thanks for this great tutorial (I linked to Ornamentea also but I like your version better)
    http://making50fabulous.blogspot.com/2011/07/sunday-best-link-parade.html

    7.31.11
  194. Kyr the deer wrote:

    Love your diy’s, but found it near impossible to wrap the waxed linen around the brass ball chain and leather strap without a bit of hot glue. With that extra step though, the bracelets I have made so far came out lovely. Thanks!

    7.31.11
  195. Kristin wrote:
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  196. Beth wrote:

    LOVE IT! I’ve already made four or five for myself. I couldn’t find the waxed linen cords, but found some hemp cord that works just as good (plus my hippie friends LOVE that it’s natural). Didn’t have time to go to Home Depot so stumbled on the clearance rack and found lots of perfect odds n “ends” that work just as good. Plus, they’re all diferent designs, adds a great “charm”

    8.1.11
  197. angelie wrote:

    very nyc.,,:))

    8.2.11
  198. Tranon wrote:

    Maybe I’m wrong, but I think that in that web: http://www.manualidadesfaciles.es/pulsera-de-la-amistad/ they are using some of your work without mentioning you. Maybe that information is of your interest.

    Nice job! 😉

    8.5.11
  199. Annie wrote:

    What a fabulous idea! I have a ton of colored chain and will give this a try.

    8.5.11
  200. -A wrote:

    I saw this tutorial and loved the bracelet, but didn’t have all the materials so I substituted a rubber band for the leather cord and some embroidery floss for the waxed linen cord and it actually worked! Of course it doesn’t look as polished as the one pictured above, but I think it actually passes for a decent bracelet. Thanks so much for the tutorial and inspiration 🙂

    8.5.11
  201. leandra wrote:

    omg! i love this i always wear bracelets! (: cool!

    8.5.11
  202. Camille wrote:

    Love this idea. Came out so great! Measurements definitely too small though. Need to add a couple inches.

    8.7.11
  203. Tessa wrote:

    love this! Though, like some others have mentioned, gotta add 2 or so inches.

    8.7.11
  204. anne-sofie wrote:

    where to buy the thing “you need” ?

    love

    8.8.11
  205. anne-sofie wrote:

    *things

    8.8.11
  206. Sara wrote:

    made a super long version of this bracelet today and posted about them on my blog! thanks for the tutorial. it worked great! cheers.

    http://thepeasantposy.blogspot.com/2011/08/diy-wrap-bracelet.html

    8.9.11
  207. Nat wrote:

    Absolutely LOVE these, made around 10 but had to give half away cause all my girls loved them. I also had to make them a little longer. Thanks for the inspirational DIY’s!

    8.9.11
  208. Kelsey wrote:

    this is so amazing!
    i just saw these at juicy couture! for 54$?!?!

    http://www.juicycouture.com/jewelry/bracelets/yjru4802/set-of-three-bangle-set

    8.9.11
  209. Emily wrote:

    LOVE this. Making one right now 🙂

    8.10.11
  210. Emily wrote:

    Can anyone tell me the secret to NOT getting them all twisted??? When I make these the ball chain twists around with the cord and it does not lay flat when worn (like in the photos). Anyone else have this issue— and a solution? Thanks

    8.14.11
  211. Melissa wrote:

    Love it!! Def will be making these!!

    8.15.11
  212. Chelsea wrote:

    so easy to do , and they so look store-bought!
    makes a great gift 🙂

    8.16.11
  213. readsilk wrote:

    Thank you for sharing such good ideas.
    Love ~

    8.16.11
  214. readsilk wrote:

    Thank you for sharing such good ideas.
    Love ~

    Can i share it on my site http://www.riyuwu.com ?

    8.16.11
  215. very pretty ,sease i love and studied art;i could take one look and ,have it ,very easy ,finish product ,very different and eye catching1

    8.16.11
  216. Louisa wrote:

    I just tried this D.I.Y. and I think I did a pretty okay job! You can see my results on my blog post at http://www.circasundayafternoon.blogspot.com. I saw this and I just had to try it!

    xo Louisa

    8.17.11
  217. LL wrote:

    This is my first attempt: http://campl.us/dMzJ — It’s a little twisted, but the second one I made, I made sure I only rotated the wax linen cord so the entire bracelet is pretty straight. Plus I like the wax linen cord because you can mold it to go the way you want if it does become twisted. I think other materials are not as pliable. And the last benefit of the wax linen cord is that it is a little “sticky” so you really don’t have to tie knots–just make sure you wrap tightly. The measurements on the tutorial is perfect for a wrist size of 5 1/4 inches.

    8.17.11
  218. Kaitlyn wrote:

    The measurements may be a little small for some wrists, so just be careful to measure your actual wrist size! But great tutorial!!

    8.17.11
  219. amazing. good idea. now every one creates their own wrists accessories. thanks for the nice info…

    8.18.11
  220. shirley wrote:

    like this, thank for your share good ideas

    8.18.11
  221. Marlene wrote:

    Thanks for sharing this. I’m definitely going to try this. So awesome!

    8.18.11
  222. kasey wrote:

    i have always wanted to change my look but i dont know how to change so fast

    8.18.11
  223. Danielle wrote:

    Hey
    What a great DIY.

    8.19.11
  224. Bruno wrote:

    I like the photos, what camera and lenses did you use?
    Very nice macros; And bracelets are great too in fact

    8.19.11
  225. Neo wrote:

    Cool

    8.19.11
  226. Kate wrote:

    wau nice!just wanna try it immediatelly 🙂
    http://kateonskate.blogspot.com/

    8.19.11
  227. Carrie wrote:

    This is fantastic! My girls will LOVE it. Thank You! 🙂

    8.19.11
  228. Anna wrote:

    I’m with Emily – all twisted! I will confess to using embroidery thread as I couldn’t find the waxed linen cord, but I don’t think that was the problem – as it was the little balls moving between the 2 bits of leather that were a problem. Mine certainly don’t look as nice as the pics – but still look good as I used black leather, 2 colours of thread, with silver balls as I could only get stainless steel hex nuts.

    8.19.11
  229. fabis wrote:

    me encanta su diy!, son geniales!

    8.20.11
  230. These are definitely so cool! I’m going to try this myself!
    Following you blog!

    vanessa

    http://thepinkmateproject.blogspot.com/

    8.21.11
  231. woocompare wrote:

    amazing. good idea, LOVE this. Making one right now

    8.21.11
  232. just shared this on my facebook page…this is a great diy bracelet…loveit!

    8.22.11
  233. Donna C wrote:

    Quick question. I was not able to keep the leather cord from twisting so the ball chain is not clearly evident. Any ideas on how to straighten it out?

    Thanks for the great tut. I just saw the inspiration piece here on vacation and was shocked at the prices! This will do well.

    8.22.11
  234. LegendaryGirl.A wrote:

    sooooooo cool! i love it!

    8.23.11
  235. Maggie wrote:

    instead of the wax linen cord, can i use string that would be used to make friendship bracelets?

    8.23.11
  236. Minta wrote:

    I absolutely love this idea… definitely going to try this.

    8.23.11
  237. Rebecca wrote:

    Wow. My stumble upon account brought us to this page. My sister and I saw it and left immediately to get the supplies. We’ve made 3 so far and we love them! Thanks for the idea! 🙂 We LOVE it!!

    8.23.11
  238. ALi wrote:

    it so nice

    8.25.11
  239. laura wrote:

    i like it so much. i want to try it by myself.

    8.25.11
  240. ruchi wrote:

    cool..i like it

    8.26.11
  241. Cee wrote:

    I love this idea! I will definately try it out 😀

    8.26.11
  242. haley wrote:

    wowwa

    8.26.11
  243. this is so lovely, I am inspired and will attempt to make it…When I do, I’ll prob feature this for inspiration

    8.26.11
  244. Sarah N wrote:

    Great WORK!!! Going to the craft store tomorrow!

    8.27.11
  245. Love this ! Thanx for sharing it with us !

    8.28.11
  246. Alexandra wrote:

    This is a fantastic DIY and I really enjoyed making it
    Thank you!

    8.28.11
  247. Barbied9 wrote:

    @Donna C., I had the same problem! Easy to make, but I wanted it like the pic, where it doesn’t twist.. did you find a solution? Thanks!

    8.28.11
  248. The wrap bracelet is so cool!

    8.29.11
  249. rifan wrote:

    great idea. i will build at my home..
    what-seo.blogspot.com

    8.29.11
  250. Zarah-Zoë wrote:

    my wrists soon will be filled with these! 😀
    http://zarahzoebeauty.blogspot.com

    8.29.11
  251. Azalia wrote:

    Love it! I will give it a try for sure; Thanks for sharing 🙂
    http://azaliasroute.com

    8.30.11
  252. Excellent. Love it much!

    8.31.11
  253. Olivia wrote:

    Where did you get that gold wrap bracelet that you’re wearing in the picture above??

    8.31.11
  254. Lila Kydd wrote:

    love it! after going to the hardware store and then bead store, i made three bracelets in about half an hour! they’re lovely! i think for the fastener, I am going to switch out the hex with a pretty wooden button–very ethnic. Thanks for sharing this link!

    8.31.11
  255. xixi wrote:

    wow..so lovely

    9.1.11
  256. Mily Cardy wrote:

    i’m loving it,so lovely and delicate
    http://woolbootsale.blogspot.com

    9.1.11
  257. sarah.sadd0 wrote:

    I love it! I will try it .

    9.2.11
  258. Dee wrote:

    WONDERFUL!!! I just “stumbled upon” this blog, and it is amazing!

    http://www.jadoreladolcevita.com

    9.2.11
  259. SALITO wrote:

    Estan super lindas, sencillas y faciles de hacer

    ME ENCANTAN !!!!

    9.3.11
  260. Emily wrote:

    What a fab craft! I’ve been making these all weekend and cannot stop! Everyone will be so envious of my new bracelets 🙂

    9.3.11
  261. Glinda wrote:

    LOVELOVELOVE!!! I’ve been looking for a DIY for these FOREVER. Thanks sooooooo much!!! 😀

    9.4.11
  262. Masha wrote:

    I like this. Very interesting idea.
    I also share my idea how to make another bracelet – as that first on your hand.
    D.I.Y RHINESTONES BRACELET –
    http://masulya.blogspot.com/2011/09/2.html
    September 5, 2011 7:10 AM

    9.4.11
  263. Masha wrote:

    corrected url

    —-DIY RHINESTONES BRACELET —–

    http://masulya.blogspot.com/2011/09/5.html

    🙂

    9.4.11
  264. Love those bracelet!!

    9.5.11
  265. Erin wrote:

    Genius idea!! Great way to have a DIY arm party 🙂

    9.5.11
  266. Betty wrote:

    this is awesome 🙂 I used a strand of tiny pearls for mine

    9.6.11
  267. raluca wrote:

    great.. i think i’m gonna try it..:>

    9.7.11
  268. Wow, those are so cute!

    9.7.11
  269. chshman wrote:

    Wow So beautiful

    9.8.11
  270. Kathy wrote:

    I love this idea! I had a lot of trouble finding supplies (went to ACMoore and Michael’s). I actually found them for really cheap at Walmart 🙂

    9.8.11
  271. Hannah wrote:

    I love this so much, definitely trying this asap!
    But im thinking you make this look easier then it is, hopefully i don’t fail, love the look of heaps of them together, can’t wait to give it a go!!

    thank you so much.

    9.8.11
  272. Albert wrote:

    Just made one 🙂 Thanks for the awesome tutorials!
    Urdu Poetry

    9.9.11
  273. Lisa mooney wrote:

    nyone know who sells the gold ball chain bracelet she’s wearing?
    cheap snapbacks

    9.9.11
  274. Tiagra wrote:

    I’ve been trying to find new ideas for ages, thanks for the inspiration!

    9.9.11
  275. scwilliam wrote:

    Great bracelet! Thanks for the great diy instructions.

    9.10.11
  276. Donna C wrote:

    Barbied9 – sorry, never did get a response to the twisting issue

    9.10.11
  277. modemola wrote:

    good,very nice
    try this:
    http://www.modemola.com

    9.12.11
  278. Rebecca C wrote:

    i like this im new i got an online store you can check it over 2ooo products in there if you know anyone else please pass it around happy shopping thanks

    9.12.11
  279. Liselotte wrote:

    I arrived to this page from StumbleUpon this morning and by this afternoon I had my own wrap bracelet! I love it, I can’t wait to make a LOT more of these 🙂

    9.12.11
  280. Smykker wrote:

    Very nice bracelets.

    9.13.11
  281. kitty wrote:

    love this i had to pin it

    9.13.11
  282. Anna wrote:

    These are so cute and so simple. Need to plan a little craft party…

    9.14.11
  283. yeah.i like your point

    9.14.11
  284. nikki-smiles wrote:

    This looks soo cool i can’t wait to make it!!!

    9.15.11
  285. Stacey-McG wrote:

    I am completely obsessed with your DIY section. I just finished making a bunch of these and I am so surprised at how easy it was and how many variations you can have. So many great gift ideas! I am currently attempting the Woven Chain Bracelet so pretty!!!

    9.16.11
  286. 24retail wrote:

    Wow, that is really beautiful. It deserves anything!!!!

    9.16.11
  287. jenny wrote:

    it’s so amazing,I like it very much http://www.onlineshopshoe.com

    Online Shop Shoes the same so interesting

    9.16.11
  288. hanouney wrote:

    this is absolutly amazing i have to try it!!!

    9.18.11
  289. ZAWAX wrote:

    ITS SO SIMPLE THING I LIKE SO MUCH ^^

    9.20.11
  290. Laura wrote:

    How small are your wrists because your measurements ran small for me.

    9.20.11
  291. siam4shop wrote:

    won thank you

    9.20.11
  292. nice info, thx so much

    9.20.11
  293. nanci wrote:

    So cool and simple! Great idea!

    9.21.11
  294. i like it too
    that is fantastic and impressive

    9.21.11
  295. michele wrote:

    Love this but when I made it it was twisted and didn’t lie straing on my wrist–what did I do wrong? 🙁

    9.23.11
  296. Emma&Lizzy wrote:

    These bracelets are so cute and easy to make! You can substitute the leather cord for black “Primary Cable Wire” from Lowe’s or any home appliance store. It’s very flexible and cheap!

    9.23.11
  297. Sarin wrote:

    WONDERFUL! really great; and ADorable!!!

    9.26.11
  298. AMY wrote:

    POPPIN BITCH

    9.27.11
  299. nice idea!!!
    greetings,
    http://yumyumeten.wordpress.com/

    9.29.11
  300. this is lovely! wanna try this one soon.. 🙂

    9.30.11
  301. yuanda wrote:

    wait are these supposed to wrap around your wrist two times? and would someone please tell me where to get supplies needed to make these bracelets? 😮

    a stupid man

    10.2.11
  302. katwinset wrote:

    It’s good to see so much fashion information in one site.

    10.2.11
  303. sapinood wrote:

    thanks .It was interesting.

    10.2.11
  304. Beverley wrote:

    thanks for that it was very interesting and creative, would like to now more

    10.4.11
  305. Stage wrote:

    I want it! 🙂

    10.5.11
  306. Devyn wrote:

    Sooooo sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet.

    10.5.11
  307. i am definitely gonna try this

    10.5.11
  308. Mrs. L wrote:

    Made it. Wore it. LOVE IT!

    10.6.11
  309. Serena wrote:

    About the easiest and coolest bracelet ive made! I love your blog!

    10.9.11
  310. Miss Lego wrote:

    Hmm it’s not hard to do after all…great. thanks for sharing and making life so much easier in terms of hand decoration 🙂

    10.9.11
  311. Mz.Fashionista wrote:

    Check out http://www.mydirtyearth.com if your looking to buy one at a reasonable price. They sell them for like $69 for a 4 wrap one, and the quality is even better in person. I would definitely recommend them if you just dont have the time to make them, but great job!

    10.12.11
  312. aA wrote:

    I have made a couple and they twist on me…still look OK, but i am not happy with the twist…What do y’all think I’m doing wrong? Am I wrapping it too tight? Am I WRAPPED TOO TIGHT?

    Some say “no”…

    10.12.11
  313. Cami wrote:

    Now I can make my friends cool birthday presents!!!

    10.13.11
  314. love this idea. I shared it on my blog, broadcast it a bit and I am getting a ton of hits – I hope you are too
    http://craft-connection.blogspot.com/2011/10/wrap-bracelet-tutorial.html

    10.16.11
  315. Denise wrote:

    I made these and they turned out so nicely!
    I used cord from the leash of our family pet who recently died, so they are also super sentimental.
    Check em at:
    http://alittlewater.tumblr.com/post/11538443529/for-jojo

    10.17.11
  316. Rachel wrote:

    Oh my, I love these! I am going to get the materials ASAP!

    10.17.11
  317. Helene wrote:

    So going to try out this! 🙂

    10.18.11
  318. chelsey wrote:

    beautiful! can’t wait to make one <3

    10.19.11
  319. Fell in love with these bracelets as soon as I saw them and ran out to make one. If you live in the US, you can make the crystal chain version using materials from your local Michael’s Craft Stores. I used the 2mm brown leather cord from the leather craft section, found crystal chain from the jewelry section and the replaced the waxed linen cord with waxed cotton cord from the cord section. You can see my version here: http://bit.ly/oUobbl

    10.20.11
  320. Kelly Barber wrote:

    I can’t wait to make these for my daughters…

    10.21.11
  321. Sid wrote:

    Im surely gonna make one gr88……..

    10.24.11
  322. Lucy wrote:

    Great great great! Lucy-THE PINK CARPET http://www.lucy-fashionteacher.blogspot.com (ARTISTRY GIVEAWAY, last 2 days!!)

    10.24.11
  323. Kum Cynthia wrote:

    hey thats very nice!! loving the colors 😀

    10.24.11
  324. Awesome! I make jewelry so this sounds like a fun project for the weekend!

    10.24.11
  325. Claire wrote:

    I love that! I’m gonna make some for Christmas gifts! Thanks!

    10.26.11
  326. Adelle Rosan wrote:

    DIY bracelet rocks! being fashionable on a budget. Just like this: Ulinx Jewelry discount promo
    Check this out –10% off your first purchase of Ulinx Jewelry http://www.facebook.com/ulinxjewelry?sk=app_161033847281768 this is a great deal! Imagine, a single bracelet can transform into a multitude of designs, and can be worn as a cocktail ring, a necklace, an armband, an anklet…the possibilities are endless. That’s real value for money.

    10.26.11
  327. Joy wrote:

    I Love this! perfect for gifts of friend bonds! (: love the colors too

    10.27.11
  328. These bracelets are so cute and easy to make! These look absolutely adorable! You’d never guess they were handmade , they look designer!

    10.27.11
  329. I was giving a bracelet like this for xmas a couple years ago and I know the gift give spent A LOT of money on it. I know what I’ll be giving as gifts this year!

    I’m the Sweatpants Diva

    10.27.11
  330. davidjing wrote:

    I was giving a bracelet like this for xmas a couple years ago and I know the gift give spent A LOT of money on it. I know what I’ll be giving as gifts this year!

    I’m the Sweatpants Diva

    10.28.11
  331. Tim Love wrote:

    And I discover this after spending a fortune on a pandora bracelet for my wife… Damnit!

    11.1.11
  332. Susie wrote:

    THIS IS AWESOME I REALLY LOVE THIS I WILL BE TRYING THIS SOON… MAKES A GOOD GIFT

    11.3.11
  333. Kristiana wrote:

    I just wanted to ask something. Does anyone know how to make macrame bracelets? I have a picture that seems like a macrame bracelet but I’m not really sure cause there are like five colours in it so i couldn’t figure it out. I’m gonna post a link so if anyone could help me It’d make me super happy!!!
    http://www.4shared.com/photo/fullsize/OLiTZd_W/bracelet2.html

    11.5.11
  334. I really love your DIY post. Thank you so much for a great site

    Very nice pictures to

    Thank you!

    11.5.11
  335. Joey wrote:

    Just finished making 3 single wraps using rhinestone chain and hemp chord on a cotton twisted chord (that looks like leather). Found it all at Michael’s, but used silver hex nuts from the garage. They came out great, but the rhinstone chain was A PAIN! The rhinestone links would slide close and then far apart. For the right look, I wanted them close together. It was really hard to keep it that way while wrapping the hemp chord. And when finished, the chain wants to spread out. I don’t think this will keep it’s look and shape after repeated wearings, but I am hopeful. If I make them again, I will need to re-think the materials. Might use a thicker chord for wrapping so I can let the rhinestones spread apart.

    11.5.11
  336. Jimena wrote:

    WOW!!! Such a great idea, it look wonderful, thanks for sharing 🙂

    11.6.11
  337. Olivia wrote:

    i just did this project and it turned out great! thank you so much for sharing with us.

    11.7.11
  338. angie in asheville wrote:

    As for the twisting, I think the problem is using the 1.5mm thin leather. When I compare the 1.5mm that I have to the leather in the picture, I think that the size they used might have been a larger diameter. Perhaps that’s why they seem to be lying so flat. Mine are virtual cork screws.

    11.7.11
  339. Julia wrote:

    WOW! Perfect! Very nice, I LOVED this post.

    11.9.11
  340. Susan wrote:

    I love these bracelets and definitely want to make some! The only problem is that I’m vegan, and I don’t use leather or suede or any other animal products. Do you know of a suitable substitution for the leather cord that I can use?

    11.12.11
  341. I appreciate, lead to I discovered exactly what I was looking for. You’ve ended my four day long hunt! God Bless you man. Have a great day. Bye

    11.13.11
  342. Em wrote:

    i just made one and it turned out great!! make someeee

    11.19.11
  343. Mohamed wrote:

    Hi and have a nice day i’m new here i love this i try to do it

    11.20.11
  344. Stacy wrote:

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/72119746/blue-turquoise-quadruple-leather-wrap
    That looks awesome! Looks super similar to this style.

    11.20.11
  345. Aaria wrote:

    great idea .. i just loved it.. thanks for sharing! 🙂

    11.21.11
  346. Sophie wrote:

    Wow~ cool! I like the DIY very much
    TKS for your share!

    11.21.11
  347. boab81 wrote:

    Love it! Going to the craft store asap!

    11.22.11
  348. billy wrote:

    Wow, how low class is this?

    11.24.11
  349. So amazing. Christmas presents sorted!! TA. 🙂 x

    11.24.11
  350. stylezza wrote:

    fantastic!

    11.25.11
  351. helen wrote:

    Wow, good ideaa!! xxxxx

    11.25.11
  352. craziepez wrote:

    My daughter and I are making these as Christmas gifts to give to her friends and cousins. We have made a few changes with things we had in our craft stuff, like, instead of the metal chain bead we are using plastic beads that you can buy by the yard real cheap, and we are using embroidery floss to wrap the beads on to leather lacing that I had. I still made a few with some silver nuts that my husband had in the garage, but the others we used larger beads and bracelet clasp on the ones we did not use leather with. They turned out really nicely!!

    11.26.11
  353. Patti Holthaus wrote:

    What’s the best resource for great bright colors of waxed linen and rhinestone chain etc?

    11.26.11
  354. Vanesa wrote:

    Mmmm, would try it myself soon! 🙂

    Vanesa
    The-Bel (Fashion Blog, Online Shop)

    11.27.11
  355. Jackie wrote:

    i absoultly need to this.

    11.27.11
  356. Alice010 wrote:

    Wow! Fantastic!So beautiful chain it is! Belstaff Jacket

    11.27.11
  357. Tanya wrote:

    Absolutely love this tutorial. Easy to follow and very trendy.

    11.29.11
  358. Courtney wrote:

    I made these and love the idea but I am having a hard time keeping it from twisting….thoughts?

    11.29.11
  359. Furqan Arshad wrote:

    appreciated !

    12.1.11
  360. Wow!!! OMG It’s looks delicious!!! I want it now!!!!! OwO Fantanstic!!!!

    12.1.11
  361. Oooh I love this! These bracelets are fantastic! I can’t wait to try making one. I’ve been searching for some great holiday gift ideas, and this might just be perfect! I also love your blazer, it looks a lot like one I have in my boutique.

    xoxo,
    annie

    Check out my latest blog post if you like vintage fashion:
    http://vintagediggs.com/2011/12/9-days-of-winter-looks-day-9/

    12.1.11
  362. julie wrote:

    Oh my gosh, love this idea! We actually sell some bracelets that look like this at my work but it seems that by doing this you can make a lot more for a lot less money.

    12.2.11
  363. Diana wrote:

    Love it!!!!!! Very easy and a good idea as a christmas gift…

    http://diyymas.wordpress.com/

    12.3.11
  364. Kelly wrote:

    I found this site through my Etsy stats. I started getting some traffic. I love this site!!!!

    Kelly
    http://www.beachglassgonewild.com

    12.4.11
  365. Erin wrote:

    What size is best for the rhinestone chain; 2.5mm or 4.1mm?

    12.5.11
  366. melri wrote:

    thank you so much sister!
    their beautiful

    12.8.11
  367. Lizzie wrote:

    I’ve been looking for this type of information for my research. Thanks

    12.10.11
  368. Liz wrote:

    Just made my first bracelet. It was super easy and looks so great! Can’t wait to make more!

    12.10.11
  369. Anna wrote:

    Very very clever. And cheap to make too.

    12.14.11
  370. jennifer wrote:

    How clever ! I like DIY Wrap Bracelet, but you will be like fashion jewelry bracelet: http://www.loveourjewelry.com/bracelets

    12.16.11
  371. Heather wrote:

    I just made a bunch of these as stocking stuffers for all the boys in my neighborhood since I made rolled fabric rosette clips for all the girls! I used some liquid bead fix at the ends where i wrapped the waxed linen cord for added security. LOVE! I even made one for my husband =)

    12.17.11
  372. likemeorlikemenot wrote:

    i made one awesome

    12.17.11
  373. Cleone wrote:

    Great tutorial! I just made my first one but it took forever because of the same twisting problem that others had. I found that the reason it twisted so much was because I was wrapping the cord too tightly around. On my last attempt, I wrapped it really loose and it hardly twisted! As mentioned before there is some natural twisting but the beads line up.

    12.18.11
  374. Great idea for a post.Thank you!

    12.19.11
  375. Braeton wrote:

    omfgggg. muuust doo nooowww….

    12.21.11
  376. mathfreak wrote:

    multiply it by 1.5

    12.23.11
  377. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    great Idea!

    12.28.11
  378. Saam wrote:

    Completely irrelephant but this was posted on my birthday 😀

    Neat bracelet, too :3

    12.28.11
  379. Joseph wrote:

    heheh ya’r awesome ,… Love ya

    12.28.11
  380. qui wrote:

    kool

    12.30.11
  381. antechno wrote:

    nice2x.. i like this.. 🙂

    1.4.12
  382. CeeEmJay wrote:

    This is such a cool idea….will definitely have to try and share!!!

    1.4.12
  383. jasmeen12345 wrote:

    that is amazing

    1.4.12
  384. You’re not just a jewellery maker hey? Those photies are fab – I presume it’s an SLR camera? The focal depth makes those photos shine – I wish I could get some images like that on my blog – don’t suppose we could do each other favours? 😉

    1.6.12
  385. linnae wrote:

    Love these!!

    1.6.12
  386. Ebba wrote:
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  387. Amy wrote:

    I tried it and it worked out pretty good. I used embroidery floss, though because that’s what I had 🙂

    1.8.12
  388. suzy wrote:

    love the idea. made the bracelet but the measurements for the brass ball chain is for people with very small wrists? luckily i have a small wrist so it fit but barley. i would recommend adding and inch to the brass ball chain. thankss

    1.8.12
  389. Esther wrote:

    Awesome idea!! I recently bought a couple on-sale at the mall, and really wanted to buy more, but then thought I could make them somehow. I forgot about my “mission” until I saw this! Thanks to you, and thanks to Stumbleupon for reminding me of my crafting mission! LOL… can’t wait to try this! Hopefully my bracelet comes out nice like yours! 🙂

    http://roseywinterrose.blogspot.com

    1.8.12
  390. louise wrote:

    love this sooooo much

    1.9.12
  391. Hannah wrote:

    oh my gosh thats such a great idea! definitely going to try it!

    http://rubytuesday00.blogspot.com/

    1.9.12
  392. Priya wrote:

    its really cool…i liked it

    1.10.12
  393. B wrote:

    Unfortunately this was not as easy as it looked for me! Repeatedly made it either too big or too small… 🙂 And the cord kept unraveling after I had finished it. Bummer, since it was so pretty! Good luck to everyone else though…

    1.11.12
  394. windy wrote:

    I love this
    TKS!

    1.11.12
  395. flo wrote:

    omg so nice! I´m going to try this one! thank you for charing!

    1.12.12
  396. Dorria wrote:

    sooooo cool idea ….. awesome , thanks alot

    1.12.12
  397. Becca wrote:

    can I use the hexes i buy for this tutorial on the other hex bracelet??!!! xxx

    1.13.12
  398. Serf wrote:

    Where did you get that awesome coat???

    1.13.12
  399. wow, nice, i can made it by myself.

    1.13.12
  400. Attorney wrote:

    Awesome idea for creating a bracelet.Now I am making this type of bracelet and I am following this method.
    http://www.joehofferattorney.com

    1.15.12
  401. kimberly wrote:

    this is so amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:):D

    1.15.12
  402. parvana wrote:

    it’s soo gr8 and amazing…))

    1.17.12
  403. himani wrote:

    Awesome DIY. Would make great arm candy!

    1.17.12
  404. grace wrote:

    this is a awesome craft! it is so fun and addicting!

    1.20.12
  405. katie wrote:

    this is soooooooooooooo hard!

    1.20.12
  406. Dottie wrote:

    Hi, could you please tell me where you got the chain bracelet with the globe? This tutorial is
    wonderful for making bracelets. Many thanks.

    1.20.12
  407. Sarah wrote:

    I am trying to understand what the difference is between cord and thread some websites call it thread but this blog calls it cord? Please send a reply to my email address.

    1.21.12
  408. phoebe wrote:

    hiya i am phoebe i am 12 this is the first thing i have seen on you website and i love it

    1.22.12
  409. Riki S. wrote:

    i love it. Thank you for the tutorial it is so easy to make such a fun looking bracelet, I will be addicted.

    1.23.12
  410. Jennifer wrote:

    Love this! Thanks for the tutorial! 🙂

    1.24.12
  411. Anna wrote:

    I linked back to this tutorial and your blog on my blog, because I think it is absolutely awesome! Hope you don`t mind. xx

    1.24.12
  412. Alejandra wrote:

    Keep them coming! Loved this idea!

    1.26.12
  413. Linnie wrote:

    What a wonderful idea! So easy!!! Thank you so much

    1.26.12
  414. Deana wrote:

    LOVE these bracelets! I had to run out and buy supplies… however, I have made one with the ball chain and one with the crystal chain… and they both have twisted… I tried again and again and they still twist. I can’t figure out what I am doing wrong 🙁

    1.27.12
  415. fahad wrote:

    That’s so cute!

    1.28.12
  416. Rose wrote:

    LOVE IT! How creative!

    1.28.12
  417. bellaboo wrote:

    these braclets are sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo cute

    1.28.12
  418. tony wrote:

    Thank you for sharing such good ideas

    looks great! I’ll try it

    1.29.12
  419. coco wrote:

    does anyone know of any alternatives to using wax linen cord? i read above that a person used embroidery thread; will that work the same?? please answer

    1.30.12
  420. Mary wrote:

    This is so cool, I will try to do that with my girl scout troop

    2.1.12
  421. Joha wrote:

    OMG! this is awesome, I tried it myself and is so simple and looks amazing! Thanks for sharing!

    2.3.12
  422. Jessica wrote:

    Wow! I love these! I saw them at Maurices a couple weeks ago but they were like $14.00!!! I’m so glad you posted this DIY! Thanks!!! 🙂

    2.4.12
  423. Ehtasham Ch wrote:

    hi frnds i m new here.

    2.10.12
  424. I love this and I think it’s a really great idea for men’s bracelets. Decent men’s bracelets are hard to find and this one is just about perfect. Thanks!

    2.11.12
  425. Indiana wrote:

    Hi where i can buy the materials I don’t buy online and don’t have a hobby loby close thanks

    2.11.12
  426. Matiko wrote:

    Brilliant.

    2.12.12
  427. Jessy wrote:

    That was very nice thank you for the post

    2.16.12
  428. Very refreshing idea. I love it!

    2.18.12
  429. martha wrote:

    Hi, do you sell these? they are so pretty.

    2.22.12
  430. martha wrote:

    Hi again, the wrist on the main pic just before the tutorial shows two row bracelets in blue and like a green… do you show how to make those?

    2.22.12
  431. Anna wrote:

    I just made a bracelet like this and I LOVE IT!!! will be making more!!! Love these DIY bracelets!!

    2.22.12
  432. Isabella wrote:

    Love it!!
    I linked to you (3 times 🙂 , hope thats okey 🙂
    http://crafterlifebyme.blogspot.com/2012/02/this-time-i-didnt-know-what-to-choose.html

    2.24.12
  433. Madani wrote:

    Loved it..!!

    Absolutely brilliant with neat steps..!!

    2.25.12
  434. Natalie wrote:

    I was wondering as well how to do the double one in the first pic. There is a blue double and a green one…..

    3.1.12
  435. 3.2.12
  436. Tonya wrote:

    I made this last night, it’s so cute! It’s longer than I wanted (triple wrap) but for a newbie I’m pretty darn proud of myself! Thank you so much for posting this and making it easy for us “older” chicks to figure it out 😉

    3.3.12
  437. nosisa wrote:

    what a beautiful art hand work

    3.7.12
  438. magda wrote:

    Thanks! These are great fun to make, look gorgeous and a great present ! 🙂

    3.9.12
  439. mariola wrote:

    I like your bracelets very much. I´m going to try to make them.Thank you very much and visit my blog, please

    3.12.12
  440. Sofy wrote:

    Thank you so much, I love them! Great idea! 🙂

    3.13.12
  441. yaya wrote:

    besides the waxed cord,what the other type of cord can we use?

    3.13.12
    • Erica wrote:

      @yaya, you can use other cords but waxed cord is the best because it’s sticky and will hold the beads in place better than anything else. hope that helps!

      3.13.12
  442. JILL S. wrote:

    This is a very smart idea! The bracelets are very cute. I like your tutorials very much!!

    3.14.12
  443. Abiye wrote:

    amazing! so trying this!

    3.15.12
  444. Karin wrote:

    Hi,

    I was wondering if you know where I can get beads/connectors like the ones in this picture? (the pink and yellow bracelets)
    http://camillapihl.no/files/2012/03/P1040776.jpg

    3.16.12
  445. Anca wrote:

    I tried this and it totally worked! I was so happy with the result, I decided to give one away!

    Here’s the link if you’re interested!

    http://coralista-xo.blogspot.ca/2012/03/handmade-wrap-bracelet-giveaway.html

    kisses,
    Anca

    3.18.12
  446. Nepal Trek wrote:

    wow amazing idea. thank you for sharing

    Thank you
    Nepal Trek

    3.19.12
  447. its looks amazing. i m trying to make like this. lets see. i will write it here again

    thanks

    3.19.12
  448. Great simple ideas to do wth the neices. I like this funky things.

    3.19.12
  449. jen wrote:

    i made some of these after seeing them on ornamentea! i think i might try some with hex bolts now!

    http://www.fauxtreschic.blogspot.com

    jen

    3.21.12
  450. Lea wrote:

    hey,
    wonderful idea! we’ve got lots of these ball chains at home, so i did one bracelet
    and all my friends said it’s really great 🙂
    http://primavera02.blogspot.com/

    3.21.12
  451. Ashley wrote:

    I’m so glad I found this! I love making bracelets and was sick of the old embroidery floss friendship ones. I used black leather, diamond chains and neon pink cord. I love it. Thanks for posting!

    3.21.12
  452. Jill wrote:

    OMG, these are some really nice pieces!
    Thank you for sharing.

    3.23.12
  453. Miloude wrote:

    merci pour cet échange ! Quelle bonne idée, facile à réaliser et bon marché !

    je pense à mes prochains cadeaux ! je ne manquerai de mettre un lien sur mon blog !

    merci !

    émilie

    3.26.12
  454. Jess wrote:

    This is so easy and turns out amazing!!!!!!! Thanks

    3.27.12
  455. Smykker wrote:

    Great simple idea!! Nice

    3.28.12
  456. broochy wrote:

    thank you 🙂
    shared on http://broochy.blogspot.com

    3.31.12
  457. Bekah! wrote:

    thank you so much for this amazing idea! using the measurements you told me i made TWO for my small wrists! plus i made a ring using the same idea so thank you again! 🙂

    3.31.12
  458. This is amazing! I have to do this I can’t believe it’s so simple!

    http://off4thandGraham.com

    3.31.12
  459. Widi wrote:

    it works! had just finished made one. beautiful DIY, thanks a bunch for the idea 🙂

    4.2.12
  460. Bond wrote:

    Interesting bracelet. Nice work http://cigarette-deals.com/

    4.2.12
  461. Shannon wrote:

    Love these, can’t wait to make them!! I was curious, I also love the red bracelet and the other other gold chain in the picture. Did you make those as well? Would love to make them too 🙂

    4.10.12
  462. Rose wrote:

    Love it..will try this weekend.

    4.10.12
  463. walvin wrote:

    i will try ,thanks

    4.11.12
  464. Ariana wrote:

    they are so cute!! I want to know, How do you do the bracelet of the pic of the top, there´s a blue one and a green one with ball chain!!!
    i love them!!!
    you´re great!
    kisses from Argentina!

    4.11.12
  465. Thanx so much for this amazing Tutorial…. look what I did with your beeeeaaaautiful idea….
    post from 12. April 2012 on lifeofpopeye.blogspot.com

    Love from Jutty&Poppy from Germany

    4.12.12
  466. Till Rolls wrote:

    Fantastic idea!! I will definitely be trying this. So inventive. <3

    4.16.12
  467. Much easier than the traditional wrap! Love this design.

    Jewelie Dee
    http://www.anearringaweek.wordpress.com

    4.16.12
  468. Frida wrote:

    Hello! I really love your bracelet and have write about it in my blog. I borrowed your pictures and linking to you, hope that’s ok. You can find my post here: http://fridasofia.se/blogg/pyssel-pa-vill-gora-listan (only in Swedish though, it’s a list of stuff that I want to do).

    4.18.12
  469. It was wonderful.
    What good is a new idea, always.
    I love it!

    4.20.12
  470. It is great.
    I would like to update new trends every day.

    4.24.12
  471. Love this stuff!! and my exact comment “honestlywtf” !!! these bracelets are must have !!!!! I will def be coming back for more !!!

    4.28.12
  472. these are so pretty,I made a few when I first read this post and also made a single row one with strass the other day and I love it! made quite a few bracelets this week,DIYs are amazing!
    http://miouprincesslovespink.blogspot.com/2012/04/arm-party-diy.html

    4.28.12
  473. aizamarie wrote:

    Very nice & excited to do it myself. 🙂

    4.29.12
  474. I just found my new favorite place to hang online! I LOVE this project! Thanks for posting!!!

    5.5.12

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